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Jansing and Co
Women make up less than 15 percent of those with executive corner offices because they show lower self-confidence and are more likely to share the credit, according to an analysis by three Harvard bloggers. Rana Foroohar, of Time Magazine, and Joanna Coles, of Marie Claire, discuss the findings with msnbc's Chris Jansing.Oct.27.2011